Jon Hyman MD
  • BEST ORTHOPEDIC TRAINING
  • HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL
  • Stanford University
  • Stanford University


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  • Subspecialized Surgery Centers Better?

    Hospital operating rooms are very busy places. Data gathered from nationwide research indicate that 29% of hospital use is for OR procedures. A broad menu of surgeries, including , but not limited to, ophthalmic, genitourinary, cardiac, and gynecological occur there.

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  • Hip and Knee Replacements Raise Heart Attack Risks

    When patients are scheduling joint replacement surgery, we prescribe compression stockings for post operative use. Worn at all times throughout the recovery period, they prevent blood clot formation.

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  • Considering Surgery? Bair Hugger Warming Blankets - Infection & Other Side Effects

    The highest quality of patient care is likely to include use of the Bair Hugger system. Now in use for almost 40 years, the Bair Hugger system has become standard procedure for patient warming.

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  • Mind over what Matters

    In athletics and in life some people rise to the top of their game. They become champions at what they do. Both Bridgewater hedge fund founder, Ray Dalio, and NBA coach, to the Chicago Bulls and the LA Lakers, Phil Jackson are two such people.

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  • ACL Breakthrough?

    It may not be time to break out the champagne yet. However athletes everywhere should note that in a clinical trial at Boston's Children's Hospital, surgeons have been quietly conducting a successful experiment. Over the last year, 10 adults have received ACL (anterior crucial ligament) repair without having to sustain another surgically induced injury.

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